Bill Marsh to retire on July 15

After 41 years with Fermilab, William “Bill” Marsh will retire on July 15.

During his time at Fermilab, Marsh developed accelerator control and monitoring applications including the Beam Budget Monitor which monitors accelerator intensities, various accelerator orbit display and smoothing applications, and various accelerator scan and measurement applications. He was a member of various experimental collaborations including the main ring and tevatron era neutrino collaborations CCFR and NuTev, the pbar accumulator ring charmonium experiments for which he developed the deceleration software, and the MiniBooNE experiment for which he was responsible for the beam line information data acquisition.

We thank Bill for his contributions, and wish him all the best in his retirement!